Gluckstadt Journal
Gluckstadt Journal

G’stadt gets more body cams

GLUCKSTADT — City officials approved the purchase of five more police body cameras bringing the total number to 15.

Fentanyl seized from man walking down 55

GLUCKSTADT — An Illinois man accused of trafficking fentanyl after he was arrested on foot along Interstate 55 here early Monday remains in jail on a $1 million bond.

Sales tax down for December nearly 14 percent

GLUCKSTADT — Despite concerns over a dip in sales tax returns at the end of last year, city officials say businesses continue to open in the city.

Aldermen begin to stream meetings

GLUCKSTADT — City officials hope to keep more residents and business owners informed as they stream their meetings live.

Physical therapy clinic specializes in baseball injuries

GLUCKSTADT — A physical therapy clinic specializing in baseball players hopes to bring precise, data-based training and therapy to athletes, owner Bill Thomas says.

Soulshine opened in December

GLUCKSTADT — A popular pizza restaurant introduced a new fast-casual concept when it opened its second Madison County location here in early December.

Germantown High School Seniors sign to play at the next level.

Benji Nelson, CEO and owner of Ben Nelson Golf & Outdoor, recently announced the business located in Gluckstadt would be merging with an outfit in Kansas. 

Axe-throwing facility now open

A new axe-throwing facility with eight axe-throwing lanes, pool tables, and other amenities like a bar opened Wednesday in Gluckstadt.

Gluckstadt Futbol Club seeks more players

Organizers of a new competitive soccer club in Gluckstadt hope to capitalize on the momentum gained from its fall schedule as they prepare for a full slate of tournaments in the spring.

City ordinance requires security cameras installed

Business owners in the Lucky City have until July to install security cameras on their premises if they do not already have them.

DUNCAN/He is risen

If you have your Bibles I’d invite you to turn with me to Matthew 28 verses 1 – 10. In this passage God explains to us the meaning of the resurrection.

$25K raised for baby box

A drop-off box for unwanted newborns is being installed in the new Gluckstadt Police Department and Court Services building currently under construction on Gluckstadt Way.

Gluckstadt City Hall accepting letters to Santa

Through Dec. 11, children can submit letters to Santa Claus at Gluckstadt City Hall and receive a reply from the jolly man himself.

Aldermen OK site plan for new storage facility

A proposed storage complex offering roughly 1,600 square feet of space in the Gluckstadt Industrial Park moves one step closer to fruition after aldermen approved a site plan for the first building earlier this month.

Celebrating 101 years

Mayor Walter Morrison recently helped celebrate the 101st Birthday of Evelyn Surratt at Heart to Heart Senior Care Center in Gluckstadt.  

Christmas parade set for Dec. 9

The Lucky City will host its second annual Christmas parade organized by Jeannie Robinson a week from Saturday.

Slaven appointed assistant police chief

The City of Gluckstadt recently announced the appointments of a new assistant police chief, along with other promotions and additions.

City unable to get post office, own zip code for now

Plans for a new Post Office with a Gluckstadt zip code will have to wait at least a decade, according to the U.S. Postal Service. 

Polynesian restaurant opening in 2024

A popular French casual Polynesian restaurant known as Poke Stop is coming to Germantown Village on the Calhoun Station Parkway next year.

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